International Pathway to Higher Education Diploma in Health - Level 3 via Distance Learning
Middlesbrough College now offer a fully online distance learning Level 3 course for students aged 19+ currently living outside of the UK that will enable them to progress onto a relevant Higher Education course with Middlesbrough College.
This 1 year course is designed for students wishing to obtain the appropriate knowledge and academic skills required for undergraduate study on health and allied to health pathways in the UK.
The course is intensive and demanding and it is therefore important to be self-motivated with a commitment to hard work for the duration of the programme and an aptitude for independent study.
This course is a 100% online distance learning course.
Learners will study:
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Students must be 19 years or older and have achieved a Level 2 English and at least Level 1 maths on the BKSB assessment sat prior to enrolment.
Assessment is designed to prepare you for the full range of assessment methods you will experience at Higher Education.
This qualification will provide you with a range of transferable skills so that you can progress onto a range of our HE courses.
Students can progress onto our foundation degrees in Health, Wellbeing and Social Care, Early Childhood Practice, Social and Public Sector Studies and Youth, Childhood and Community Studies and then have then progressed to complete a relevant top-up degree offered at Middlesbrough College.
How to apply
Please express your interest with your local recruitment partner who will make arrangements for you to complete the English and maths assessments and other eligibility checks. They will also provide information on the student fees for this programme.
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